A bride and her caterer have been arrested after wedding guests were allegedly served food laced with marijuana.
Danya Glenny, 42, from Florida, and Joycelyn Bryant, 31, could now be charged with tampering, negligence and marijuana delivery.
Guests were said to have been enjoying themselves at the event on 19 February, when they suddenly fell ill.
Police were called to the scene and took samples from the food to test for drugs.
According to an arrest affidavit, the lasagna and a piece of bread tested positive for THC.
Glenny told police she did not consent to cannabis being put in any of the food.
A number of people reported having suffered stomach aches and experienced vomiting during the party.
Some people even required medical assistance and were taken to hospital.
One of those in attendance told KTVU News that they felt 'ill and high'.
Miranda Cady, who was also there, told WFTV 9 News: "We’re all just enjoying and celebrating our friend’s success on the dance floor, having fun catching the bouquet.
"I just started feeling a little bit dizzy, just kind of like the room was spinning a little bit and things were distorted."
Ms Cady has now demanded an apology.
She added: "I actually text myself at one time a message just in case I didn’t make through the night.
"Whatever the reason, I think people just want an explanation."
First responders who arrived at the wedding treated a number of people after they complained of stomach pains and vomiting. Another guest, who was taken to South Seminole Hospital for treatment, reportedly said he wanted to press charges against those responsible.
When questioned whether she had consented to food being laced with marijuana, Glenny said no.
This isn't the only incident of food potentially being laced with drugs recently.
Earlier this year, a bride's brother laced her cake with cannabis.
Alvaro Rodriguez, 29, from Santiago, Chile, created the multi-tiered wedding cake for his sister when she got married in February.
Rodriguez made reference to the special ingredient in the cake, which read (translated): "The return of the magic brownie 2.0."
Rodriguez spent 20 hours making and decorating the cake, which was covered in white icing and flowers and at first looked like an entirely regular, beautiful wedding cake.
We must make it clear that he made adult guests aware that one of the tiers offered the chance to get a bit more than a sugar rush thanks to the inclusion of marijuana, which is is illegal for all production and public consumption in Chile, but legal for private-at-home consumption.
The baker explained the inspiration for the cake came after he and his sister tried 'magical brownies' and found the effect to be 'very funny'.
He said he 'didn't think twice' when his sister asked him to add weed to one of the tiers of her cake, saying that particular level took him 'two hours and was pretty easy.'
"I just infused it with the butter from the day before and once the brownie set I put it with the other levels with chocolate ganache, and voila," he explained.